Originally a clay pit, then a landfill site and finally a valuable site for wildlife

Location

B1403
Doncaster
Walkeringham
DN10 4LZ
A static map of Walkeringham Nature Reserve

Know before you go

Size
6 hectares

Entry fee

Free access

Parking information

There is a car park available controlled by a height barrier.

Walking trails

A circular path surrounds the reserve.

Access

The reserve can be accessed from the B1403 which runs between Gringley-on-the-Hill and Misterton.

Access to the reserve is open at all times. A circular route leads through the reserve and visitors are advised to keep to this marked track. Contact the Trust for more information.

Dogs

Under effective control

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

April to July

About the reserve

Originally a claypit, this site was used as a landfill site until an area of it was licensed to the Trust. The landfill site was capped with "river sand" and seeded with an agricultural sand mix, with plantations of Corsican pine in the grassland area and a small plantation of broadleaved trees in the north eastern corner. The combination of wetland, grassland, scrub, and trees is very valuable for wildlife in general.

Contact us

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust
Contact number: 0115 958 8242
Contact email: info@nottswt.co.uk

Environmental designation

Local Wildlife Site (LWS)